The "dubious" claims by t4tbh.blogspot.com are creating the headlines, nonetheless. DAP's YB Ronnie Liu, already in a bit of a spot after earlier allegations made by YB Azmin Ali and YB Wee Choo Keong, has denied the blog's claims, which were carried by the papers. [Read NST's Liu and Ean Yong rubbish allegations by new blog].
]Bru Notes[: Sometime after I had provided the link to the blog, its administrator posted its 3rd instalment, Selected Documents Containing List of Projects for Sg Pelek Constituency, here. Similar links are now available in Malaysia Today, Malaysian Insider, Malaysia Kini, and elsewhere.
Truth 4 Teoh Beng Hock. It's been a week since Teoh Beng Hock fell to his death at a building in Shah Alam where he had just been questioned for 11 hours by the MACC. The finger-pointing hasn't stopped, even after the Cabinet has ordered an Inquest and a Royal Commission of Inquiry to find out the truth of the tragedy. Sometimes you wonder if it's justice they are really interested in.
All sorts of people have started all kinds of cyber threads on the death of the DAP political aide but this one, t4tbh.blogspot.com, which was started on Thursday by an anonymous person/group, is bound to draw the interest of many parties. The blog is focused not on the tragedy but on the investigation purportedly being conducted by the MACC at the time of Teoh's death.
I was alerted of the blog early this morning and I've not been able to verify what I've just read, but 2 things are immediately obvious: 1. that the blog is politically-motivated, and 2. that it contains very serious allegations of corrupt practices in one party.
Read the blog's latest posting The DAP's corruption modus operandi in Selangor.
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